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Program (Nov. 05)

Time Session Attendee
08:30-09:30 TCI Networking Session (Room 325)
An interactive space where participants will have the chance to get closer to TCI people and to learn more about the activities of this member-driven network to support the practice of cluster development. Through exchange and mutual inspiration, participants will be able to co-create ideas for action that make a change in their organizations on cluster-related work.
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09:30-10:45 [Plenary Session 2] An Infinite Opportunity: Creativity and Innovation (Room 325)
Moderator: Ms. Madeline Smith
The Glasgow School of Art, UK & TCI Network
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[PL2-1] Promotion of Clusters in a Creative Economy: Korea’s Voluntary Collaborations between Big Firms and SMEs
Dr. Choong Yong Ahn
The Korean Commission for Corporate Partnership, Korea

[PL2-2] POSCO Innovation through Creativity
Dr. Duk-Rak Lee
Corporate Project Management Department, POSCO, Korea

[PL2-3] The Creative Economy: Growth, Trade, Innovation and Business Opportunities
Dr. Edna dos Santos-Duisenberg
United Nations Institute for Training and Research(UNITAR)

[Q&A]
10:45-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 Cluster Labs
The Cluster Labs will cover new and alternative topics and tools related to cluster development. Participants may expect stimulating thinking through hands-on experiences and highly interactive discussion leaded by cluster lab directors who will facilitate the sessions.
[CL1] Learning about lntercultural Collaboration in a  Networked World (Room 320)
Director: Klaus Haasis

Collaboration is the process where innovation happens and where cluster theory meets reality. Internationalization is a popular task in cluster management but in practice frustration olten grows. Intercultural collaboration is a learning process. Building intercultural competencies requires significant attention to individual and group learning. Cluster Managers should be specialists for embedding learning into organizational processes - also internationally.
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[CL2] Generating Cluster Policy Learning through Evaluation (Room 321)
 Director: Madeline Smith & James Wilson & Emily Wise

Building on the work from the Cluster Evaluation Working Group, this cluster lab will bring together an understanding of the academic state-of-art and state-of-use of evaluation of cluster policy practice, focusing on four areas that demand specific attention: capturing the human element or cooperative dynamic; the development of pragmatic indicators and approaches; the selection and combination of techniques and tools; and the ability to deal with complexity derived from interactions across different policy levels, instruments and initiatives
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[CL3] Green Lights & Red lights. The Practicalities of Cluster Development (Room 322)
 Director: Ifor Ffowcs-Williams

In this very interactive workshop, participants will have the chance to learn more about experiences on what works and what doesn’t work with regards to the practicalities of cluster development and to listen first-hand on experiences from Europe, Korea, Latin America, and Africa. Learning-by-doing, enlisting cooperation, defining agendas and the role of cluster facilitation and good governance will be some of the ideas that participants will explore. ※ To ensure a quality exchange of experiences, the lab will have a maximum of 25 participants.
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[CL4] Cluster Management and Globalized Value Chains (Room 323)
 Director: Reza Zadeh & Gloria Ferrer

Against a backdrop of increasing fragmentation of production processes across different countries and continents, leading to greater prevalence of globalized value chains, this interactive lab will explore cluster management skills needed to help firms thrive. Simply facilitating and brokering local co-operative actions alone, with little strategic input from the cluster managers is no longer an adequate response to deal with such fragmentation. The Lab introduces the Cluster Excellence Management programme and its methodology and approach via an interactive workshop. It sets out the structured approach to developing strategic cluster initiatives and interventions. Through a combination of video links and clips as well as personal presentations, the Lab provides a platform for the Foundation’s alumni from Europe and beyond, to share their experience of developing cluster initiatives in their regions based on the methodology.
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[CL5] Introduction to TCI Network, How to Take out the Most of This Global Practitioners Network (Room 324A)
Director: Mr. Ulrich Harmes-Liedtke, Mesopartner PartG
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12:30-13:30 Luncheon 25
13:30-14:45 Parallel Session 2
[2.1] Cluster Models Worldwide. Unique Features, Common Challenges (Room 320)
Ms. Tracy Scott-Rimington
SEQ Regional Development, Australia
[2.1-1] MSMEs Clusters Generation based on Digital Business Ecosystems
Bogar Garcia Martinez
Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, Mexico

[2.1-2] Local Government's Supportive Policies according to the Growth Stages of Startup Business in case of Seoul, Korea
Seowoo Chung
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

[2.1-3] The Construction of The Cluster of Information Technology and Communication in Baja California, México
Carlos Alberto Flores
Universidad Autonoma de Ba Ja California, Mexico


[2.1-4] What Do Links Mean in Innovation Clusters?: A ‘Relational Dialectics
Jang Hyun Kim
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

[2.1-5] Promoting Competitive Territorial Living Spaces and the Need To Overcome Simplistic “Urban-Rural”as well as “Social and Economic Innovation” Divide
Frank Waeltring
Mesopartner PartG, Germany
[2.1-6] A Logistics And Transportation Cluster Initiative: A Theoretical Framework
Maria Teresa Verduzco-Garza
Universidad de Monterrey, Mexico

[2.2] New Role of Clusters in the Broader Economic Context (Room 321)
Moderator: Mr. Ning Wang
Nationl Research Foundation, Singapore
[2.2-1] Precincts and Clusters: Linking Innovation Districts into the Broader Global Economy
Megan Antcliff
Department of State Development South Australia, Australia

[2.2-2] Climate Smart Clusters
Christian Schoen
Mesopartner PartG, Germany

[2.2-3] Activation Plans of Decrepit Industrial Cluster for Urban Regeneration
Geun-Woo Ryu & Jung-Soo Seo & In-Hye Yoo
Keimyung University, Koreaa

[2.2-4] Revitalizing SME agenda
Ganesh Rasagam
World Bank
[2.2-5] Excellence in Cluster Policy Making for Fragmented and Globalised Value Chains
Reza Zadeh
European Foundation for Cluster Excellence, Spain

[2.3] Cross-Sectoral Innovation (Room 322)
Moderator: Mr. Jaime Echeverri
Medellin & Antioquia Cluster Community, Colombia & TCI Network
[2.3-1] Smart Specialization through Cross-clustering
Cecilia Johansson & Ewa Andersson
Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth, Sweden

[2.3-2] Regional Cross-Cluster Innovation
Simone Hagenauer
ecoplus. The Business Agency of Lower Austria, Austria

[2.3-3] Towards a Hybrid Future: Intercluster Approach
Joan Martí Estévez
ACCIO-Catalonia Government, Spain

[2.3-4] Cross Sectorial Mapping to Enhance cross Sectorial Innovation
Vincent Dugre
Quebec Ground Transportation Cluster, Canada
[2.4] Successful Internationalization Strategies (Part 1) (Room 323)
Moderator: Mr. Manuel Montoya Ortega
Automotive Cluster of Nuevo Leon, Mexico & TCI Network
[2.4-1] The Challenges of Building an Internationalization Strategy of Knowledge based Institution: the Case of Orkestra
Ibon Gil de San Vicente
Orkestra - University of Deusto, Spain

[2.4-2] Business Roaming Agreement as Appropriate Tool for Cluster Internationalization
Tamara Högler
CyberForum e.V., Germany

[2.4-3] Go International - 10 Year Experience on Practical Work
Christoph Beer
mundi consulting ag / ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland

[2.4-4] Small Business, Clusters, and Exports: a Case Study of South Australia Cluster Integration Into Government Facilitated Export Opportunities
Gavin Artz
Department of State Development, South Australia, Australia

[2.5] Developing Skills for Professional Cluster Management (Room 324A)
Moderator: Mr. Richard Walker
ShireBiz, Australia & TCI Network
[2.5-1] The Construction Cluster Initiative in Bucaramanga, Colombia. The Importance of Knowledge based Value Chains and Cluster Management
Andres Guimon
Competitiveness, Mexico

[2.5-2] The Balkan Cluster – Key Puzzle for Creativity of Cluster Managers in the Balkans
Danka Sokolovic Milojkovic
Cluster House Ltd., Serbia

[2.5-3] Key Skills for Cluster Managers to Turn Strategic Smart Collaborations into a Reality
Gloria Ferrer
European Foundation for Cluster Excellence, Spain

[2.5-4] The TCI Mentoring Program. Improving the Skills and Competences in Management of cluster Initiatives and Programs
Klaus Haasis
ask klaus! & Combine Innovation GmbH & TCI Network

14:45~16:00 Parallel Session 3
3.1 Cluster Dynamic Research. Implicatons on Cluster Perfomance and Business Competitiveness (Room 320)
Moderator: Prof. Sungjae Choo
Kyunghee Univerity, Korea
[3.1-1] Cluster Management: A Strategic Knowledge Centered Perspective
Alwin Gerritsen
Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

[3.1-2] The Influence of International Research Interaction Networks on the Innovation Performance of Medical Biotechnology Clusters
Pieter Ellerd Stek
Delft university of Technology, The Netherlands

[3.1-3] Cluster Mapping Project in Russia: Methodology and First Results in 2015
Evgeniy Kutsenko
Higher School of Economics, Russia

[3.1-4] Structure and Functions of Social Capital in the Regional Innovation Clusters: Korean Cases
Mi-Ae Jung
Science and Technology Policy Institute, Korea

[3.1-5] Cluster Mapping: Pattern in Irish National and Regional Economic Activity
Sean O’Connor
University College Cork, Ireland
3.2 Clusters Promoting Cooperation and Effective Convergence between Industries (Room 321)
Moderator: Dr. Danka Milojkovic
Cluster House Ltd, Serbia & TCI Network
[3.2-1] Reimagining the Future of an Industry
David Grice
Musitec Ltd, Australia

[3.2-2] The Role of IT Clusters in Adding Value to Traditional Industries: IT in Parana, Brazil
Ines Sagrario
Competitiveness, U.S.A

[3.2-3] Cross-overs between Agro and High Tech: Technical Innovations Enabling Spatial Quality
Mirte Cofino
HWageningen UR, The Netherlands

[3.2-4] Mixing the Worlds of Clustering and Agrofood, Experiences from the Netherlands
Frank Eetgerink
Blue River Concepts, The Netherlands

3.3 Articulating Collaboration among Cluster Actors (Room 322)
Moderator: Dr. Yasin Naku Ziraba
Makerere University, Uganda & TCI Network
[3.3-1] Cluster Governance in North West of the Netherlands
Remco Kranendonk
Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

[3.3-2] Boost Your Competitiveness through Collaboration and Innovation, the PST-FR Example
Jacques P. Bersier
Pôle scientifique et technologique du canton de Fribourg, Switzerland

[3.3-3] Introduction of Sharing Economy Platform for Economic Cooperation among Cluster Companies
Ki Beom Kim
Korea Industrial Complex Shared Service, Korea

[3.3-4] Increasing Competiveness through Non-conventional Partnerships
Jean-Manuel Mas
Axelera Cluster, France

3.4 Successful Internationalization Strategies (Part 2) (Room 323)
Moderator: Mr. Manuel Montoya Ortega
Automotive Cluster of Nuevo Leon, Mexico & TCI Network
[3.4-1] Internationalisation in Clusters - from a Blind Angle to Strategic Internationalisation of SME’s
Merete Daniel Nielsen
Cluster Excellence Denmark, Denmark

[3.4-2] Internationalisation Support for Cluster Organizations
John Hobbs
Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland

[3.4-3] Creative Business Cup - Working with Clusters for a Global Approach to Creative Entrepreneurship
Lucia Seel
Lucia Seel International Consulting, Austria

3.5 Tools and Methodologies for Effective Cluster Management and Cluster Performance Improvement (Room 324A)
Moderator: Mr. Vincent Dugré
Quebec Ground Transportation Cluster, Canada
[3.5-1] Measuring Cluster Performance: a Method from the Corporate World
Graham Kenny
Strategic Factors, Australia

[3.5-2] Cluster Structure and Effectiveness from a Network Perspective
Jasmijn Rompa
Brainport Development, The Netherlands

[3.5-3] Innovative Methods for Cluster Management
Micke Kedback
FPX, Sweden

[3.5-4] Indexfokus: A cluster’s Competitiveness as Perceived by Stakeholders
Enrique Díaz Moreno
Businessfokus, Spain

[3.5-5] Assisting Supporting Institutions to Respond to Emergent Clusters
Shawn Cunningham
Mesopartner, SouthAfrica

[3.5-6] A Cluster Management Assessment Tool: a Roadmap for Collaboration and Clusterization
Evelyn Solis Leon
UPAEP University, Mexico
16:00~16:15 Coffee Break
16:15-17:30 [Plenary Session 3] Global Cooperation and Cluster Internationalization (Room 325)
Moderator: Dr. Frédéric Miribel
Invest in Lyon – ADERLY, France & TCI Network
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[PL3-1] Developing Clusters in Cultural and Creative Industry: a Tool for Development and Partnership.
Dr. Gerardo Patacconi
Clusters and Business Linkages Unit, UNIDO

[PL3-2] Global Strategy of Hyundai Motor and Efforts for Mutual Growth
Mr. Bo Sung Lee
Automotive Industry Research Group, Hyundai Motor Group, Korea

[PL3-3] Global Cooperation and Company’s Internationalization Strategy - Samsung Electronics’ Manufacturing Complex in Vietnam
Mr. Hansoo Kang
Samsung Economic Research Institute, Korea
[PL3-4] Expanding Market Opportunity and Enabling Private Initiative for Dynamic Economies The World Bank Group’s Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice
Dr. Navin Girishankar
Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice, World Bank

[Q&A]
19:00~21:00 Conference Dinner 25